Dr. Shahroukh Singh was only animal psychologist in Madhya Pradesh who specialized in anthropomorphic animals. This is not as prestigious as it might sound. Anthros mostly keeps to themselves, and they dont have any more money than most people in the district. The only Anthro psychologists who makes good money off their profession are ones who pampers to Hollywood bigshots and childrens television stars. Or to rich women who keep anthros as pets, of course. Shahroukhs salary was mostly paid by the Indian state. In return, he delivered the results of his research to the government.
In any case, Shahroukh wasnt in this for the money, but because he was fascinated by the psyche of anthropomorphic animals. In particular, there was one animal that had piqued his interest for several years. It was a young male bat named Pterohandrashekaran, and he had come to see Shahroukh regularly since he was just a pup. He had a round face and large, round eyes that always looked worried. That was because Pterohandrashekaran always was worried. He suffered from omniphobia, the fear of pretty much everything: Of predators, big animals that werent predators, medium-sized animals that werent predators (basically, most animals), caves, cliffs, lakes, rivers, the jungle itself, and - most incredibly and tragically - of the dark and of flying. That ought to have been a major problem, since a bat that wouldnt fly couldnt catch mosquitoes or flies. Fortunately, Pterohandrashekaran didnt have to starve. His family lived close to humans, and where there are humans, theres light in the evening. And where theres light in the evening, there are dead insects. Oddly enough, he wasnt very afraid of people, maybe because he considered the human settlement - the towns and cities - to be less unpredictable than the jungle.
It was difficult to find one particular explanation for his omniphobia. His father fell prey to a jackal cub when the boy was quite young, but Pterohandrashekaran had been displaying such tendencies even before that happened. No doubt the loss of his father had at such a young age had intensified Pterohandrashekarans fears in general, but they didnt begin with this. They appeared to have been following him from birth.
Pterohandrashekaran got by, but amongst his own kind he was objectively a freak. A bat that d...More Cartoon Sex Stories...
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